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U.S. TURNS TO JAPAN AFTER GERMAN DEFEAT [ETC.]


Published 1945


National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39062, LI 208-UN-155 - U.S. TURNS TO JAPAN AFTER GERMAN DEFEAT [ETC.] - DVD Copied by J. Williams. Series: Motion Picture Films from "United News" Newsreels, compiled 1942 - 1945. Part 1, Sec. of State Stettinius, Anthony Eden, Molotov, and Mackenzie King meet in San Francisco. Shows lights going on in New York City and Washington, D.C., as blackouts are lifted. Part 2, a Chinese orphan is adopted by the 14th Air Force. Part 3, survivors are taken from a bombed hospital ship. Part 4, President Truman greets his mother at the White House. Part 5, Gen. Montgomery accepts the surrender of German troops in Germany. Part 6, Gen. Jodl surrenders to Gen. W.B. Smith in France. Gen. Eisenhower is present.


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Language English

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